Grand Casino Baden launches Red Tiger in Switzerland

Grand Casino Baden launches Red Tiger in Switzerland

Grand Casino Baden launches Red Tiger with its jackpots.ch website.

Grand Casino Baden’s jackpots.ch has launched Red Tiger content after signing a partnership deal over the last few days.

Switzerland.- Casino software supplier Red Tiger has gone live in Switzerland. The company has launched its games with the country’s first licenced online casino via the Gamanza platform.

The provider has released an initial 19 games with Grand Casino Baden’s online site jackpots.ch. It was run as a social casino but has now pivoted to real money gaming following new regulation.

Players will have access to Red Tiger’s popular titles, including Mystery Reels and Dragon’s Fire. Furthermore, to Pirates’ Plenty, recently nominated for Slot of the Year at the Global Gaming Awards.

Chris Looney, Commercial Director at Red Tiger, said: “We’re very pleased to launch with Grand Casino Baden and are excited about introducing not only new players but a new country to our titles.

“Red Tiger is always looking to enter regulated markets such as Switzerland, and we’re looking forward to building a strong partnership with Grand Casino Baden and their platform provider Gamanza.”

Marcel Tobler, Online Casino Leader at Grand Casino Baden, said: “Red Tiger’s games have really impressed us, and we are delighted to be the first operator in Switzerland to have access to them.

“It’s an exciting time for everyone in the market and having internationally renowned and commercially proven games in our arsenal is a real boost at launch.”

Founder and CEO of Gamanza, Magnus Lindberg, added: “This is another proud moment for Gamanza as we begin our partnership with Red Tiger, one of the hottest game providers around right now.

“I have no doubt they’ll enjoy great success in the Swiss market and add a lot of value to our offering moving forward as we help other operators take advantage of the opportunities in the country.”

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